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File:Katherine Philips.jpg|thumb|Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda '''Katherine''' or '''Catherine. Philips''' (1 January 1631/2 – 22 June 1664), also known as '''Orinda''', was an Anglo-Welsh poet, translator, and woman of letters. She achieved renown as translator of Pierre Corneille's ''The Death of Pompey|Pompée'' and ''Horace (play)|Horace'', and for her editions of poetry.
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